... untreated it can lead to increased internal eye pressure, damage to the optic nerve and pigmentary glaucoma. ... (8 replies)
... 80 year old female w/ history of hypertension, type II diabetes, glaucoma
- eye pressure shot-up from mid to upper 20's to 40's in just a few days
in July 2007 - two ophthalmologists and one optometrist are perplexed
as to why
Currently using following drops for glaucoma:
1) Azopt - 2 drops/day - used for several months
2) Travatan - 1 drop/day - used for several... (5 replies)
... pituitary tumor pressing against the optic nerve, or if the patient has Psuedotumor Cerebri or too much CSF fluid in the brain. MRIs are done to rule out tumor and to check to see if any demyelination, hence MS. ... (3 replies)
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